A Classic well built Standard Harmonium, built to last many years down the line. Double reed system with 3 part bellows, the cabinet is made from pinewood, for a mellow tone with a long sustain. ***NEW COLOURS*** Teak and Espresso (see images for details). Please let us know which colour your prefer in the additional comments box when placing your order online.
There's really nothing standard about this harmonium. Designed in Canada, built in India. It's about time we started creating instruments specifically for our North American customers.
- Double brass reed system, Bass + Male set
- C2 to D5 keyboard, 39 full size keys.
- Drones: No
- Coupler: Yes, forward facing
- Bellows: 3 part, center
- Seasoned pinewood cabinet, natural stain/sealed.
- 16 lbs (7.4 kg) total weight
- 22.5" x 12" x 9.5" (open) dimensions
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Thank for your note. The harmonium arrived safe and sound. A couple of the keys were stuck, but that gave me an opportunity to explore the maintenance side of the instrument. All is working well now and I am enjoying learning the play very much.
Hi Anil, Everything is fine. The harmonium arrived as described and I am enjoying discovering the sounds it can make. Thank you very much for your help.
I have been speaking with Mickey and I want to thank you for having such a patient person available for these phone orders!!! It is so difficult when you can't see or try an instrument. He has been absolutely wonderful and after speaking with him again and spending some time with my instrument I have actually fallen in love with it! I have decided what I thought I wanted in the exchange is not worth the extra weight, as I plan on lugging it around and I am a petite person. Mickey made me feel comfortable asking lots of questions and I am so glad I found your company on the internet. Love doing buisness with you--give Mickey a raise!!! Theresa
And their well worth it. I went down to the store in Toronto and I was amazed at all the selection. Mickey took the time and spent over 2 hours explaining the differences in the models and I literally tried out 10 different harmoniums, until picking this one. This guy has patience and best of all he loves what he does. Do yourself a favor, don't buy a cheap harmonium from ebay or India directly, I did 2 months ago, and I'm here buying my second from a good local dealer. Save yourself the headaches, these guys are good, and it also helps that they back-up their instruments. Thanks Mickey for all your help!!!